Anna is an associate in the Moscow Dispute Resolution Practice. She specialises in international arbitration and her experience includes representing clients in commercial and investment arbitrations conducted under the LCIA, ICAC, ICSID and UNCITRAL rules.
Anna's recent and ongoing matters include representing:
The Republic of Belarus in an investment treaty claims commenced by (i) OOO Manolium Processing under the UNCITRAL Rules; and (ii) Grand Express NJSC under the ICSID Rules.
An individual in a dispute before the High Court of Justice in London arising out of an alleged joint venture agreement. Successfully secured the discharge of the English High Court freezing injunction against the client.
The Republic of Belarus in an arbitration under the Rules of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation (ICAC) against a Russian company arising out of a deed of guarantee governed by English law.
Russian Federation in connection with resisting the enforcement of the +US$50 billion Yukos arbitration award, the largest award in the history of arbitration.
Co-ordination of proceedings in a state court of Hawaii arising from a dispute relating to a US-based joint venture.
A major Russian telecom company in an LCIA arbitration arising out of an assignment agreement governed by English law.
A group of companies in a dispute between former business-partners involving Bermuda court proceedings and an LCIA arbitration in connection with liabilities created by them.
A global cement producer in two English law governed arbitrations it the ICAC against a group of Russian individuals in a post-M&A dispute related to the breach of indemnities and warranties.
An employee of a major Russian financial institution, in a federal criminal case in which he was accused of conspiring to and acting as an unregistered agent of the Russian government.
A Ukrainian client in an LCIA arbitration and supporting court proceedings against a joint venture partner
Forreststream Holdings Limited before a Californian court in connection with a debt recovery dispute against an individual residing in California.
A client in connection with the alleged fraud and breach of fiduciary duties by the general partner of a fund which was established for the purpose of making venture investments into various hi-tech start-ups.
Co-author: Third-party litigation in the US: how to keep a secret? – Advokatskaya Gazeta – June 2018.